Bristol City fans, I'm sure, are hoping the club can bring in a top boss to replace Gary Johnson. But caretaker Keith Millen gave the club food for thought as he saw his side go 2-0 up. Keith Millen: "It wasn't about me today, it was about the club and the players. "I am not thinking beyond Tuesday's home game against Barnsley. "I'm not sure I can say I enjoyed the game. I did like walking out in front of a near 20,000 crowd and walking in at half time with a two-goal lead. "After that things became a bit more testing and I half expected Gary Johnson to contact me on my mobile phone to offer some advice. "There were some tired legs at the end because the lads put in everything for the club. "I shall have to take that into account before selecting for the Barnsley game."